It’s not you, it’s me

This might be used as a cliché in a lot of breakups, but it really is an honest sentence to say in most cases of breakups, arguements or even celebrations.

To justify an action or decision that was based on your change of perspective on the relationship or situation, letting the other person know it’s different for you now is an honest way to go about it.

It might be something the other person had done that triggered the decision to act, but it was that new perception inside that made it happen. That perception was entirely yours.

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